Topographical maps: NZMS 260 S15, R14 and R15
Information, permits and hut tickets
Department of Conservation. Waikato Conservancy.
Private Bag 3072, Hamilton
Tel: 07 838 3363 DOC web site
Pirongia Visitor Centre. 798 Franklin Street, Pirongia 2450
Raglan Information Centre. 4 Wallis St, Raglan. 07 825 0556
Te Awamutu Information Centre. 1 Gorst Ave. 07 8713259
Pirongia Te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society
For information about joining our society and what our current projects are please contact:
The Secretary, Pirongia Te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society,P.O. Box 34007, Pirongia 3844 or SPONSOR A HECTARE - Print Sponsorship/Membership Brochure
Benefits of belonging to the Society Include:
- Quarterly newsletter to members, keeping them up-to-date with activities and items of interest relating to Mt Pirongia and environmental events
- Bringing back the birds to Mt Pirongia
- Acting locally for the environment, benefitting nationally
- Discovering the fascinating details of native ecosystems, Maori folklore and tikanga, and historical significance of Mt Pirongia
- Sense of belonging to the area
- Social side of our activities
- Feedback on the results of initiatives and research regarding the mountain
- Choose your own level of involvement. There is a vast choice and range of commitment.
- Getting out into our great outdoors: Recreational opportunities
- Staying active
- Access to our networks of experts and experienced environmentalists
- Botany of the Waikato. Compiled and published by theWaikato Botanical Society. 2002.
- Day Walks of Waikato and King Country. S. Frimmel. Reed Publishing Ltd, Auckland. 2003.
- Pirongia and Karioi. Department of Conservation brochure. 2002
- The Waikato War of 1863-64 - a guide to the main events and sites. N.Ritchie. Published by Te Awamutu Museum. 2001.